In celebration of the month of Halloween, Seeds features stories from artists that showcase the macabre and fantastical in their works of art and the Seeds scholars inspired by them. Students such as Alisa Francine Beck finds inspiration in the dark and ominous pieces of Francis Bacon, and Tracey Morgan Reveron is influenced by the monstrous creatures of Guillermo del Toro. In addition, we highlight Japanese artist Junji Ito, hailed as the master of horror manga, in our “Inspiration” segment.
Like always, we detail the stories of Seeds scholars whose passion for art began at a young age and inevitably runs deep. Our Seedlings write narratives of the role art plays in their lives and the ways it has shaped their identity, personality, and their very being. Our inspirational artists Kerry James Marshall and Chitra Ganesh also leave an impact on their respective communities and without a doubt serve as icons.
Thank you all and come visit Seeds again for our November Newsletter!
Seeds of the League Students and Alumni
My Own Stories
Audrey Sabine Ramer
There are many graphic novel and animation artists that inspire me, but one, in particular, is Noelle Stevenson. Stevenson is a queer artist who has created books and animations such as “Nimona”, “Lumberjane”, and “She-Ra Princess of Power”, which are all stories with strong women characters.
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